Education
BS in Mathematics with Computer Science Minor 
University of Alabama in Huntsville 
1986 
MS in Mathematics 
Carnegie Mellon University 
1988 
PhD in Mathematics 
Carnegie Mellon University 
1993 
Research interests
Model theory and mathematical logic  in particular, their application
to problems in algebra, discrete mathematics and computer science.
Combinatorics and its application to recreational mathematics for
undergraduate research.
Educational interests
Discrete mathematics; undergraduate research, problemsolving, and
technology as a teaching aid for abstract mathematics.
Teaching experience
Fall 1993  present, Shippensburg University  taught undergraduate
courses entitled "Introductory
Algebra," "Introduction to Statistics,, "Math for Liberal Studies,"
"Fundamentals of Mathematics I," "Microcomputer Basic," "Applied
Statistics," "College Algebra," "Applied Calculus," "Precalculus," "First Year Mathematics Seminar," "Calculus I," "Calculus
II," "Calculus
III," "Discrete Math," "Elementary Linear Algebra," "Differential
Equations," "Introduction to Abstract Algebra," "Math Modeling,"
"Discrete Structures for Computer Science," "History of Mathematics,"
"Numerical Analysis," "Linear Algebra II, "Cryptography", "Real Analysis," "Modern Geometry,"
"Combinatorics," "Problemsolving Seminar," "Senior Seminar" and
"Mathematics as Language (Honors)," and graduate courses "Graph
Theory," "Topics in Discrete Mathematics," "Statistics for Teachers," "Concepts of Calculus,"
"Mathematical Logic," "Theoretical Foundations of Computer Science,"
and "Design and Analysis of Algorithms." (36 different courses)
Summers 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1995, 1996, 1998, 1999 and
2000, Carnegie Mellon University  Instructor for the Pennsylvania
Governor's School for the Sciences Discrete Mathematics core course;
curriculum designer and text author as of 1992. Designer and instructor
of Symbolic Computing elective course as of 1993. Team research project
leader in 1999. Presented with 1996 Exemplary Service Award from
the Pennsylvania Governor's Schools of Excellence for work with the
program.
Work experience
 2016  present. Deputy Executive Director of the Mathematical Association of America
 2011  2016. Chair of Mathematics Department, Shippensburg University
 2002  present. Professor of Mathematics at Shippensburg University
 1998  2002. Associate Professor of Mathematics at Shippensburg University
 1993  1998. Assistant Professor of Mathematics at Shippensburg University
 Fall 2000. Visiting Mathematician, Mathematical Association of America, Washington, DC.
 Summer 1985: GTE Labs. Designed and implemented basic relational database constructs in the Lisp programming language for the Distributive Intelligence group.
 1984  1985: Teledyne Brown Engineering. Through the
cooperative education program at University of Alabama at Huntsville,
worked as an engineering trainee with responsibilities of modeling and
writing code for simulations of data collection devices for space
shuttle experiments.
 1982  1983: Marshall Space Flight Center. Through the
National Junior Fellowship program, worked as an engineering trainee
for a simulations group responsible for the simulations testing of the
Hubble Space Telescope.
Publications
 D. Ensley, "Counterexamples and Correspondence: Establishing Two Roles in a Proof," in Beyond Lecture: Techniques to Improve Student ProofWriting Across the Curriculum, MAA Notes, in press.
 D. Ensley, "Two Techniques for SenseMaking: ProofTracing and Induction Tables," in Beyond Lecture: Techniques to Improve Student ProofWriting Across the Curriculum, MAA Notes, in press.
 D. Ensley and B. Kaskosz, "Mobile Math Apps: Innovative Smartphone Technology," in Electronic Proceedings of the Twentyfifth Annual International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics, 2013
 D. Ensley, "A HandsOn Approach to Proof and Abstraction," InRoads,
41 (4), December 2009.
 D. Ensley and B. Kaskosz, "New 3D Methods of Display
Objects in Flash Player 10," Flash & Flex Developer's Magazine,
2 (3), June 2009.
 D. Ensley and B. Kaskosz, Flash and Math Applets: Learn
by Example, BookSurge Publishing, 2009.
 D.
E. Ensley and J. E. Hamblin, "Exploring Recursion with the Josephus
Problem: (Or how to play 'One Potato, Two Potato' for keeps)," in Resources
for Teaching Discrete Mathematics, MAA Notes volume 74, 2009.
 D. Ensley and B. Kaskosz, "Steal This Applet!," Proceedings
of the 20th International Conference on Technology in Collegiate
Mathematics (ICTCM), 2009.
 D. Ensley and B. Kaskosz, "Motion in 3D Space," MathDL
Digital Classroom Resources, 2008.
 D. Ensley and B. Kaskosz, "Simple 3D Drawing," MathDL
Digital Classroom Resources, 2007.
Flash Tools for Developers: 3D Graphers in ActionScript 3, MathDL
Digital Classroom Resources, 2007.
 D. Ensley and B. Kaskosz, "ActionScript 3 Tutorials," MathDL
Digital Classroom Resources  MathDL Flash Forum, 2007.
 D. Ensley and B. Kaskosz, "Flash Tools for Developers:
Graphing Curves on the Plane," MathDL Digital Classroom
Resources  MathDL Flash Forum, 2007.
 D. Ensley and B. Kaskosz, "Flash Tools for Developers:
Matching Formulas to Data," MathDL Digital Classroom Resources, 2006.
 D. Ensley and B. Kaskosz, "Flash Tools for Developers:
Truth Tables and Logic," MathDL Digital Classroom Resources, 2006.
 D. Ensley and B. Kaskosz, "Flash Tools for Developers: 3D
Function Grapher," MathDL Digital Classroom Resources, 2006.
 D. Ensley and B. Kaskosz, "Flash Tools for Developers:
Parametric Curves on the Plane," MathDL Digital Classroom
Resources, 2006.
 D.
E. Ensley, "Fibonacci's triangle and other abominations," in The Edge
of the Universe: Celebrating Ten Years of Math Horizons, MAA, 2006.
 D. E. Ensley and J. W. Crawley, Introduction to
Discrete Mathematics: Mathematical Reasoning with Puzzles, Patterns,
and Games, John Wiley and Sons, 2006.
 D. E. Ensley, "Unshuffling for the imperfect
mathemagician," Math Horizons, January 2004.
 D. E. Ensley, "Fibonacci's triangle and other
abominations," Math Horizons, September 2003.
 D. E. Ensley, "Maple in Motion," Proceedings of
the Fourteenth International Conference on Technology in College
Mathematics, 2002.
 D. E. Ensley, Media Highlights Reviews in the College
Mathematics Journal, September 2001 (Volume 32, Number 4) and
November 2001 (Volume 32, Number 5).
 The Viewpoints 2000 Group (including D. E. Ensley), "Proof
Without Words: Geometric Series," Mathematics Magazine, October
2001.
 D. E. Ensley, book review for Identification Numbers
and Check Digit Schemes (by J. Kirtland), published on MAA Online,
Fall 2001.
 D. E. Ensley, "Math for the fun of it," Proteus: A
Journal of Ideas, Spring 2001.
 D. E. Ensley, "Coming to a Network Near You: The
Mathematical Sciences Digital Library," in FOCUS, the monthly
newsletter of the Mathematical Association of America, Volume 21,
Number 1, pp. 4  5, January 2001.
 D. E. Ensley, "Webbased assessment practices in calculus,"
Proceedings of the Thirteenth International Conference on
Technology in College Mathematics, 2001.
 D. E. Ensley, "Invariants under group actions to amaze you
friends," Mathematics Magazine, December 1999.
 D. E. Ensley, Problem 637, College Mathematics Journal,
Volume 30, Number 5, November 1999.
 D. E. Ensley, "Maple programming for custom
classroom capsules," in the Proceedings of the 1998 SSHE Computing
Across the Curriculum Conference, 1998.
 D. E. Ensley, "Increasing student activity levels," PRIMUS
(Problems, Resources, and Issues in Mathematics Undergraduate Studies),
June 1998, Volume VIII, Number 2, pp.175183.
 D. E. Ensley, "Multiculturalism in mathematics," The
National Honors Report, Volume 18, Number 2, Summer 1997.
 D. E. Ensley, "Automorphism invariant measures on Aleph_{0}categorical
structures without the independence property," in The Journal of
Symbolic Logic, June 1996, Volume 61, Number 2, pp.640  652.
 D. E. Ensley, "Capping the calculus," in PRIMUS
(Problems, Resources, and Issues in Mathematics Undergraduate Studies),
September 1996, Volume 6, Number 3, pp.269  276.
 D. E. Ensley and R. P. Grossberg, "Ramsey's Theorem in
stable structures," submitted to Discrete Mathematics
Technical reports
(These are narrowly circulated manuscripts to share results and
innovations with colleagues as they are being prepared for wider
dissemination via journals or conference presentations.)
 D. E. Ensley, "Unshuffling for the imperfect
mathemagician," Shippensburg University Mathematics Department
Technical Report #0301
 D. E. Ensley, K. G. McGivney and C. L. Olsen, "Three papers
from the Fourteenth International Conference on Technology in College
Mathematics,'' Shippensburg University Mathematics and Computer
Science Department Technical Report #0102
 D. E. Ensley, "Fibonacci's triangle and other
abominations," Shippensburg University Mathematics and Computer
Science Department Technical Report #0101.
 D. E. Ensley, "Two papers on mathematics in magic tricks," Shippensburg
University Mathematics and Computer Science Department Technical Report
#9901.
 D. E. Ensley, "Maple programming for custom
classroom capsules," Shippensburg University Mathematics and
Computer Science Department, Technical Report #9804.
 D. E. Ensley, R. D. Shehy, "Josephus and the Amazing
Technicolor Fixed Points," Shippensburg University Mathematics and
Computer Science Department, Technical Report #9708
 D. E. Ensley. "Parity and Strategy in Where in the
World is Carmen Sandiego?," Shippensburg University Mathematics
and Computer Science Department, Technical Report #9701
 D. E. Ensley and G. R. Fiorini, "Incorporating writing into
the mathematics curriculum," Shippensburg University Mathematics
and Computer Science Department, Technical Report #9603
 D. E. Ensley, "Pascal's Triangle mod 2," Shippensburg
University Mathematics and Computer Science Department, Technical
Report #9602
 D. E. Ensley, "Some results on the basis problem for proper
combinators with pure effect," Carnegie Mellon University Mathematics
Department Research Note 8808, 1988.
Talks and workshops given
Invited Talks, Panels, and Posters
 August 2015. Invited panelist for Project NExT session, "Finding Your New Niche: Staying Fresh," at the MAA MathFest in Washington, DC.
 January 2015. Invited presenter at the Poster Session of Projects Supported by the NSF Division of Undergraduate Education at the San Antonio Joint Mathematics Meetings.
 August 2014. Invited panelist for Project NExT session, "The Faculty Member as Teacher and Scholar" at the MAA MathFest in Portland, OR.
 August 2014. Invited panelist for the session, "Integrating Mathematical Software into LowerDivision Mathematics Courses" at the MAA MathFest in Portland, OR.
 April 2014. Invited plenary speaker for annual spring meeting of the Eastern PA & Delaware Section of the MAA, University of Scranton.
 April 2014. Invited speaker for Mathematics Awareness Month colloquium at Ursinus College.
 April 2014. Invited speaker for Mathematics Awareness Month colloquium at Elizabethtown College.
 January 2014. Invited keynote speaker for the WebSIGMAA meeting and reception at the Baltimore Joint Mathematics Meetings.
 January 2014. Invited presenter at the Poster Session of Projects Supported by the NSF Division of Undergraduate Education at the Baltimore Joint Mathematics Meetings.
 August 2013. Invited workshop presenter for Project NExT at the MAA MathFest in Hartford, CT.
 August 2013. Invited panelist for Project NExT at the MAA MathFest in Hartford, CT.
 January 2013. Invited speaker for the AMS Special Session on The Present and Future of Mathematics on the Web at the San Diego Joint Mathematics Meetings.
 January 2013. Invited panelist for the session, Reporting Progress: Projects from the NSF Course, Curriculum, and Laboratory Improvement/Transforming Undergraduate Education in STEM Programs, at the San Diego Joint Mathematics Meetings.
 January 2013. Invited presenter at the Poster Session of Projects Supported by the NSF Division of Undergraduate Education at the San Diego Joint Mathematics Meetings.
 November 2013. Invited speaker at the Central PA Simulation and Serious Games Xchange (SSGX) held at York College and organized through the Innovation Transfer Network.
 October 2012. Gave plenary lecture, "Invariants under group actions to amaze your friends," for the semiannual meeting of the Seaway Section
of the Mathematical Association of America (MAA) held at Elmira College, New York.
 August 2012. Keynote speaker for the national New
Experiences in Teaching (NExT) workshop held at the MAA summer MathFest
in Madison, WI.
 May 2012. Gave plenary lecture, "The Higher Mathematics of
EenyMeenyMiney Moe," for the annual meeting of the Michigan Section
of the MAA held at Saginaw Valley State University.
 April 2012. Keynote speaker for West Virginia Univeristy Pi
Mu Epsilon mathematics honor society induction ceremony.
 April 2012. Gave plenary lecture, "The Higher Mathematics
of EenyMeenyMiney Moe," for the annual meeting of the Rocky Mountain
Section of the MAA held at the University of Colorado  Denver.
 April 2012. Gave plenary lecture, "Permutations in Graph
Puzzles," and the afterdinner presentation, "Invariants under Group
Actions to Amaze your Friends" for the annual meeting of the Nebraska 
SE South Dakota Section of the MAA held at the Midland University in
Fremont, NE.
 March 2012. Gave two presentations as the keynote speaker
for Pi Day activities at the University of Findlay.
 March 2012. Presented "Interactive Technology for Teaching
Mathematical Proof," University of Michigan Seminar on Teaching
Mathematics.
 March 2012. Gave plenary lecture, "The Higher Mathematics
of EenyMeenyMiney Moe," for the annual meeting of the
Louisiana/Mississippi Section of the MAA held
at Northwestern State University.
 January 2012. Discussant on the panel, "Games for Learning
Mathematics," at the Joint Mathematics Meetings in Boston, MA.
 January 2012. Discussant on the panel, "Getting your
Textbook Published," at the Joint Mathematics Meetings in Boston, MA.
 August 2011. Invited presenter of the MAA Student Activity,
"Unshuffling for the Imperfect Mathemagician," at
the Mathematical Association of America summer MathFest in Lexington,
KY.
 August 2011. Discussant on the panel, "Teaching Mathematics
with the New Tablets: iPads, Slates, and Smartphones,"
at the Mathematical Association of America summer MathFest in
Lexington, KY.
 April
2011. "Invariants under Group Actions to Amaze your Friends," plenary
lecture for the annual meeting of the Southeast Section of the MAA held
at the University of Alabama.
 April 2011. "Invariants under Group Actions to
Amaze your Friends," plenary lecture for the annual meeting of the
North Central Section of the MAA held at Carleton College.
 March 2011. "Technology in Teaching Mathematics,"
a workshop for the New Experiences in Teaching (NExT) program in the
Ohio Section of the MAA held at Youngstown State University.
 March 2011. "Permutations in Graph Puzzles,"
plenary lecture for the annual meeting of the Ohio Section of the MAA
held at Youngstown State University.
 August
2010. Discussant on the panel, "Joining the Mathematics Community," for
New Experiences in Teaching (NExT) program  a professional
development program for college mathematics faculty  at the
Mathematical Association of America summer MathFest in Pittsburgh, PA.
 April 2010. "A Recurring Theme in the Mathematics
of Sports," a presentation for the Mathematics Awareness Month
celebration at Hood College in Frederick, MD.
 April 2010. "A Recurring Theme in the Mathematics
of Sports," a presentation for the spring meeting of the Allegheny
Mountain Section of the MAA. (PittJohnstown)
 March 2010. "A Recurring Theme in the Mathematics of
Sports," MathChat presentation at Dickinson College.
 August 2009. Discussant on the panel, "So You Want To Use
An Online Homework System," at the MAA MathFest in Portland, OR.
 March
2009. "Eeny Meeny Miney Moe in Higher Mathematics," keynote address at
Pi Mu Epsilon initiation ceremony, Elizabethtown College.
 November 2008. "The Mathematics of Magic," keynote address
at Pi Mu Epsilon initiation ceremony, Mount St. Mary's University.
 January 2008. "Dueling Platforms: Java vs. Flash," panelist
at the Joint Mathematics Meetings in San Diego.
 January 2007. "Best Practices for Online Publication,"
panelist at the Joint Mathematics Meetings in New Orleans.
 September 2006. "Using Flash applets for the constructivist
teaching of mathematical proof," Special Saturday Invited Presentation
for the Kansas City Regional
Mathematics Technology Expo in Kansas City, MO.
 August 2006. "The many faces of discrete mathematics,"
presentation for the Mathematical Association of America's NExT (New
EXperiences in Teaching) program in Knoxville, TN.
 August 2006. "The mathematician as teacher and
scholar," panelist for the Mathematical Association of America's NExT
(New EXperiences in Teaching) program in Knoxville, TN.
 October 2005. "Mathematical invariants to amaze your
friends," presentation for Math and Computer Science Department at
Juniata College.
 August 2005. "A recurring theme in discrete mathematics,"
presentation in session Gems of Applied Mathematics at the
Albuquerque Mathfest.
 April 2004. "Mathematical magic tricks," presentation for
the Mathematics Colloquium at the University of Alabama  Huntsville.
 April 2004. "Flash tools for teaching mathematical proof,"
special workshop for Mathematics Department faculty at the University
of Alabama  Huntsville.
 January 2004. Panelist for Web SIGMAA on teaching
innovations for the web.
 November 2003. "Mathematics of card tricks," presentation
for the Mathematics Club at the Ursinus College.
 April 2003. "Mathematics of card tricks," presentation for
the Mathematics Club at the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia.
 September 2002. "Innovations in Teaching Discrete
Mathematics," keynote presentation for new faculty in the Allegheney
Mountain Section of the MAA.
 April 2002. "Mathematical invariants in card tricks,"
presentation for the Mathematics Club at Lockhaven University.
 March 2002. "The MAA's Mathematical Sciences Digital
Library," presented at a special session on technology in teaching
mathematics at the American Mathematics Society regional meeting at
Georgia Tech in Atlanta.
 August 2001. Panel discussant for the session "Motivating
Students," conducted at the MAA MathFest (national summer meeting) in
Madison, WI.
 April 2001. "Josephus and the Amazing Technicolor
Permutations," Hood College, Pi Mu Epsilon Initiation Banquet.
 March 2001. "Math for the Fun of It," lecture presentation
for the Institute for Retired Persons at Wilson College, Chambersburg,
PA.
 February 2001. "The Lighter Side of Mathematics," for the
Arts & Sciences Colloquium Series at Shippensburg University.
 January 2000. "New Experiences with Tenure," Mathematics
Education Reform session at MAA national meeting in Washington, DC.
 January 1999. Panel discussant on science, math and
engineering digital libraries organized by NEEDS (National Engineering
Educational Delivery System at the University of California at
Berkeley) at the MAA/AMS Joint Mathematics Meeting in San Antonio, TX.
 November 1999. "Invariants and magic tricks," colloquium
talk for Math Club at Moravian College.
 March 1998. "Pascal's Triangle mod 2," colloquium talk,
Mathematics Department at Millersville University.
 February 1998. "Josephus and the Amazing Technicolor Fixed
Points," colloquium talk, Mathematics Department at Bloomsburg
University.
 September 1997. "Overview and applications of Ramsey's
Theorem," presented for the Mathematics and Computer Science Department
at Gettysburg College.
 August 1996. "The use of counterexamples in teaching
proof," presented at the Mathematical Association of America national
summer meeting in Seattle, WA.
 October 1995. "Model theory of finite structures" at
Gettysburg College presented for the MidCumberland Valley Mathematics
Colloquium series.
 January 1995. "Measures on Aleph_0categorical structures
without the independence property" presented at the America
Mathematical Society national winter meeting in San Francisco, CA.
 March 1994. "The 01 law for finite partitions" at Indiana
University of Pennsylvania as part of their mathematics colloquium
series
 April 1993. "Measures on Aleph_0categorical structures"
presented at the MidAtlantic Mathematical Logic Association meeting at
Carnegie Mellon University.
Contributed Papers at State and National Meetings
 August 2015. "Assessing the Effects of Interactive Technology on Concept Retention in Precalculus," presented at the MAA Session on Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Collegiate Mathematics, Washington, DC MathFest.
 January 2015. "Mobile Math Apps: Assessing Student Learning and Retention," at NSF PI Poster Session at the Joint Mathematics Meetings in San Antonio.
 March 2014. "Mobile Math Apps: Hands On Demo and Assessment Results," coauthored with B. Kasokosz, at the International Conference on Technology in College Mathematics in San Antonio.
 October 2013. "Mobile Math Apps and PreCalculus Helper: The Smartphone Paradigm," with Lea Adams, at the Shippensburg University Academic Innovation Conference.
 March 2013. "Mobile Math Apps: Assessing Innovative Technologies for the Smartphone," presented by collaborator Babara Kaskosz at the International Conference on Technology in College Mathematics in Boston.
 January 2010. "Applets for Discovery and Assessment in Math
for Liberal Studies," presented at the session, MAA Session on
Mathlets for Teaching and Learning Mathematics at the Joint
Mathematics Meetings in San Francisco.
 August 2009. "Across the Major: Curriculum, Assessment and
Discussion," presented at the session, Getting Students Involved
in Writing Proofs at the MAA MathFest in Portland, OR.
 March 2009. "New Resources for Development of Mathematics
Applets in Adobe Flash," presented at the International Conference on
Technology in College Mathematics in New Orleans, LA.
 January 2009. "Leapin' Lizards! It's Mathematics!"
presented at the session, Mathematics of Games and Puzzles at
the Joint Mathematics Meetings in Washington, DC.
 January 2009. "Steal this Applet!" presented at the session
MAA Session on Mathlets for Teaching and Learning
Mathematics at the Joint Mathematics Meetings in San Diego, CA.
 August 2006. "On a generalized Josephus
problem," (with J. Becker, SU student) presented at the session Advances
in Recreational
Mathematics at the MAA MathFest in Knoxville, TN.
 August 2006. "Recursive games in first year discrete
mathematics," presented at the session Mathematics in Sports and
Games at the MAA MathFest in Knoxville, TN.
 January 2006. "Flash as a tool for creating Discrete Math
applets," presented at the session Mathlets for Teaching and
Learning Mathematics at the Joint Mathematics Meetings in San
Antonio, TX.
 October 2004. "Tools for teaching proof to future
elementary school teachers," presentation for the International
Conference on Technology in College Mathematics in New Orleans, LA.
 October 2004. "Deductive Reasoning for Future Elementary
School Teachers" session presentation at the northeast regional meeting
of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics in Baltimore, MD.
 August 2004. "A Computerbased Tool for Teaching and
Learning Mathematical Proof to Future Teachers," presented at the
Collaborative for Excellence in Teacher Preparation (CETPPA) annual
summer conference at Clarion University.
 August 2004. "Fibonacci's triangle and other abominations,"
presented at the Mathematics Association of America national summer
meeting in Providence, RI.
 August 2004. "What's new in DCR," presented at the
Mathematics Association of America national summer meeting in
Providence, RI.
 January 2004. "Flash applications for discrete
mathematics," presented (with C. Dahl) at the Joint Mathematics
Meetings in Phoenix, AZ.
 October 2003. "Flash applications for teaching
mathematical proof," presented (with W. Crawley) at the International
Conference on Technology in College Mathematics in Chicago, IL.
 August 2003. "Flash applications for teaching
mathematical proof," presented at the Mathematics Association of
America national summer meeting in Boulder, CO.
 March 2001. "A recurring theme in discrete mathematics," at
the annual meeting of the Pennsylvania Council of Teachers of
Mathematics in Pittsburgh.
 January 2001. "Counterexamples in Good Teaching,'' at
MAA/AMS Joint Mathematics Meetings in New Orleans.
 January 2001. "Euler's Observations on a Classic of
Recreational Mathematics,'' at MAA/AMS Joint Mathematics Meetings in
New Orleans.
 November 2001. "Webbased assessment practices in
calculus,'' at the International Conference on Technology in College
Mathematics in Atlanta, GA.
 January 2000. "Using Javascript for an Active Discrete Math
Class,'' presented at the session "Innovative Uses of the World Wide
Web in Teaching Mathematics" at the MAA/AMS Joint Mathematics Meetings
in Washington, DC.
 April 1999. Online discrete math material used for
University Day Digital Playground presentation.
 January 1998. "Ramsey's Theorem in stable structures''
presented at the national meeting of the Association for Symbolic Logic
in Baltimore, MD.
 May 1998. "A handson approach to abstract mathematics,"
presented at the Pennsylvania State System of Higher
Education Computing Across the Curriculum Conference.
 January 1998. "Ramsey's Theorem in stable structures,"
presented at the national meeting of the Association for Symbolic Logic
in Baltimore, MD.
 August 1997. "Active learning of discrete mathematical
concepts'' presented at the Mathematics Association of America national
summer meeting in Atlanta, GA
 August 1995. "Capping the calculus'' and "Programming and
polynomials" presented at the American Mathematical Society national
summer meeting in Burlington, VT.
 May 1994. "A Maplebased lab in discrete
mathematics for the Pennsylvania Governor's School for the Sciences"
was presented at the State System of Higher Education Mathematics
Association annual meeting at Slippery Rock University.
Sessions and panels organized
 August 2015. Coorganized (with J. McNulty) the poster session, "PosterFest 2015: Networking for Early Career Mathematicians," at the Mathematical Association of America summer MathFest in Washington, DC.
 August 2014. Coorganized (with A. Malagon) the poster session, "PosterFest 2014: Networking for Early Career Mathematicians," at the Mathematical Association of America summer MathFest in Portland, OR.
 August 2012. Organized and chaired panel session, "Issues
for Early Career Mathematicians in Academia," at the Mathematical
Association of America summer MathFest in Madison, WI.
 August 2011. Organized and chaired panel session, "Issues
for Early Career Mathematicians in Academia," at
the Mathematical Association of America summer MathFest in Lexington,
KY.
 August 2006. Chaired panel on Organizing MAA Sessions at
the Mathematical Association of America summer MathFest in Knoxville,
TN.
 August 2004. Organized and chaired with C. Olsen (of SU)
an invited paper session on Combinatorics at the Mathematical
Association of America summer meeting in Providence, RI.
 August 2002. Organized and chaired with C. Olsen (of SU)
and C. Ashbacher a contributed paper session on "Recreational
Mathematics in the Classroom" at the Mathematical Association of
America summer meeting in Burlington, VT.
 January 2000. Organized and chaired with C. Olsen (of SU) a
special session on "Great Theorems of Mathematics" at the Joint
Mathematics Meeting in Washington, DC.
 August 1999. Organized and chaired with C. Olsen (of SU) a
contributed paper session on "Great Theorems of Mathematics'' at the
Mathematical Association of America summer meeting in Providence, RI.
 January 1999. Organized and chaired a contributed paper
session on "The use of technology in the teaching of abstract
mathematics'' at the Joint MAA/AMS meeting in San Antonio.
 August 1998. Organized and chaired with C. Olsen (of SU) an
invited paper session on "Great Theorems of Mathematics'' at the
Mathematical Association of America summer meeting in Toronto, Ontario.
 August 1996. Organized and chaired with H. Hulett
(Miami University, Oxford, OH) two invited paper sessions on
"Innovations in Teaching Introductory Logic and Proof'' at the
Mathematical Association of America national summer meeting in Seattle,
WA.
Workshops conducted
 August 2013. "Technology in Teaching Mathematics," a fourhour workshop for Project NExT at the MAA MathFest in Hartford, CT.
 April
2010. “Discrete Mathematics: Puzzles, Patterns, and Proof,” a workshop
for Project NExT fellows in the Allegheny Mountain Section of the MAA.
(PittJohnstown)
 June 2008. (Jointly with B. Kaskosz of U. of Rhode
Island) Directed the oneweek workshop "Flash at the Beach,'' as part
of PREP, the Mathematical Association of America's PRofessional
Enhancement Program, at Shippensburg University.
 April 2008. Knowles Science Teaching Fellowship program,
two oneday workshops on Maple 11
and Adobe Flash in Washington,
DC.
 March 2008. (Jointly with B. Kaskosz of U. of Rhode
Island) "Steal
this Applet!," a two hour minicourse presented at the International
Conference on Technology in College Mathematics in San Antonio, TX.
 June 2007. (Jointly with B. Kaskosz of U. of Rhode
Island) Directed the oneweek workshop "Flash at the Beach,'' as part
of PREP, the Mathematical Association of America's PRofessional
Enhancement Program, at the University of Rhode Island.
 March 2007. "A Handon Approach to Mathematical
Proof,'' a threehour workshop at the Technical Sympsoium of the ACM
Special Interest Group for Computer Science Education (SIGCSE) in
Cincinnati, OH.
 February 2007. "Flash programming for creating mathlets,''
a
twohour minicourse at the International Conference on Technology in
College Mathematics in Boston, MA.
 January
2007. "Creating mathlets using Adobe Flash,'' a fourhour minicourse at
the Joint Mathematics Meetings in New Orleans.
 June 2006. (Jointly with J. Hamblin, D. Hastings,
K. McGivney of SU) Directed the oneweek workshop "Discrete Math:
Puzzles, Patterns, and Proof" as part of PREP, the Mathematical
Association of America's PRofessional Enhancement Program.
 March 2006. (Jointly with K. Kaskosz of URI) "Tools and
training for developing mathematics teaching materials in Flash," a
twohour workshop at the International Conference on Technology in
College Mathematics in Orlando, FL.
 January 2006. (Jointly with K. McGivney) "Technology tools
for Discrete Math," a fourhour minicourse at the Joint Mathematics
Meetings in San Antonio, TX.
 January 2005. (Jointly with K. McGivney) "Handson Discrete
Math with Technology," a fourhour minicourse at the Joint Mathematics
Meetings in Atlanta, GA.
 October 2004. (Jointly with F. Wattenberg of USMA) "Flash
and Shockwave for Mathematics Teaching and Learning," a twohour
workshop at the International Conference on Technology in College
Mathematics in New Orleans, LA.
 January 2004. (Jointly with K. McGivney) "Handson Discrete
Math with Technology," a 4hour minicourse at the Joint Mathematics
Meetings in Phoenix, AZ.
 November 2003. (Jointly with K. McGivney) "Introducing Maple
into the Discrete Mathematics Course," a 45minute session at the
International Conference on Technology in College Mathematics in
Chicago, IL.
 November 2003. (Jointly with W. Crawley) "Teaching
Mathematical Proof with Technology to First Year Students," a 45minute
session at the International Conference on Technology in College
Mathematics in Chicago, IL.
 September 2003. (Jointly with W. Crawley) "Interactive
Material for the Constructivist Teaching of Mathematical Proof," SU
CETPPA workshop.
 January 2003. (Jointly with L. Moore and D. Smith of Duke
University and F. Wattenberg of USMA) "Using online resources to
create online resources," a twohour workshop at the MAA/AMS Joint
Meetings in Baltimore, MD.
 September 2002. Workshop on Discrete Mathematics for
Allegheny Mountain Section Project NExT, a professional development
program for new college mathematics faculty members.
 April 2002. Workshop for the Student Program at The
Pennsylvania Association for Gifted Education State Conference.
 March 2002. "Creating Online Mathematics Resources,"
presented at NSF headquarters in Arlington for a meeting of principal
investigators of mathrelated DUE grants.
 August 2002. "Puzzle Wizardry," a oneweek workshop for
Grades 34 as part of the Infinity Summer Program for Gifted Students.
 December 2001. "Simulation Downloads," a 45minute session
for the Eisenhower Professional Development Day fullday Workshop at
SU.
 November 2001. "Reflections on Learning: Constructivism in
Math and Science," a workshop for undergraduate mathematics and science
students pursuing secondary certification (with J. Wilburne and T.
Evitts).
 November 2001. "Maple in Motion," a twohour
workshop at the Fourteenth International Conference on Technology in
College Mathematics.
 November 2001. (Jointly with L. Moore and D. Smith of Duke
University) "Preparing material for the Mathematical Sciences Digital
Library," a twohour workshop at the International Conference on
Technology in College Mathematics in Baltimore, MD.
 October 2001. "Creating Online Mathematics Resources,"
presented at the Virginia Tech Math Emporium for the fall meeting of
the MarylandDCVirginia Section of the MAA.
 July 2001. "Probability and Recursive Games," a oneday
workshop for the Eisenhower Mathematics Workshop at SU.
 April 2001. "Teaching mathematics with magic," a twohour
workshop for Eisenhower Mathematics Workshop at SU.
 January 1999. Conducted minicourse entitled, "Programming
in Maple for classroom applications," for Baltimore Joint
Mathematics Meeting
 November 1995  September 1997. Conducted over a half dozen
workshops at the S. U. Mathematics and Computer Science Department
Seminar on various technological issues.
 July 1994. Coinstructor (with C. Scheftic, BrooksCole,
Inc.) for the MAA Interactive Math Texts Project oneweek summer
workshop on Maple at Pierce College, Los Angeles, CA.
 July 1993. Coinstructor (with C. Scheftic, BrooksCole,
Inc.) for the MAA Interactive Math Texts Project oneweek summer
workshop on Maple at Morehouse College, Atlanta, GA.
Editorial Positions and Reviews
 January 2014  present. Associate Editor for Convergence, the MAA journal on the history of mathematics
 December 2013. Referee for an article submitted to NSDL Journal of STEM Education
 November 2013. Referee for an article submitted to MAA Loci
 October 2013. Referee for an article submitted to Mathematics Magazine.
 December 2012. Referee for an article submitted to Mathematics Magazine.
 August 2012. External reviewer for candidate for full professor at Texas A & M.
 July 2012. External reviewer for candidate for tenure at the University of Hartford
 July
2010. Invited reviewer and panel chair for NSF Transforming
Undergraduate STEM Education grant proposals in Arlington, VA.
 2001  2009. Editor of MAA's Digital Classroom Resources, a
component of the Mathematical Sciences Digital Library (MathDL)
 2001  2014. Member of MAA MathDL Advisory Board
 2000  present. Editorial Board of MAA's Project WELCOME
 March 2006, invited reviewer for NSF Informal Science
Education grant proposals in Arlington, VA.
 July 2003, invited reviewer for NSF Instrumentation and
Laboratory Improvement grant proposals in Washington, D.C.
 July 2001, invited reviewer for NSF Instrumentation and
Laboratory Improvement grant proposals in Washington, D.C.
 2000. Paid reviewer for Chapters 13 of Ostebee/Zorn Calculus,
second edition.
 1998. Paid reviewer for prospectus and sample chapters for
a Saunders College Publishing calculus text.
 February 1997, invited reviewer for NSF Instrumentation and
Laboratory Improvement grant proposals in Washington, D.C.
 October 1996, reviewer of TI92 supplement to the
Ostebee/Zorn Calculus text for Saunders College Publishing.
Funded grants, awards, and fellowships
 20142015. SU Academic Mentorship Award (nominated by student athletes)
 20122013. SU Academic Mentorship Award (nominated by student athletes)
 20122015. PI for NSF grant DUE1140299, "Mobile Math Apps"
with B. Kaskosz of University for RI and L. Adams of SU. ($174,226)
 20102011. SU Student Association Faculty Member of the Year.
 20092010.
PA State System of Higher Education Professional Development Council
grant, "Development of general education math material," with James
Hamblin of SU.
 2009 recipient (with Barbara Kaskosz of URI) of
the ICTCM award for Excellence and Innovation using Technology in
Collegiate Mathematics.
 20062008. CoPI NSF grant DUE0535327, "Tools for Flash
programming for mathematics and science teaching and learning," with B.
Kaskosz of University of Rhode Island.
 20032006. PI for NSF grant DUE0230755, "Development of
interactive applications for the teaching and learning of mathematical
proof to future teachers," with W. Crawley and T. Evitts.
 2003. MAA grant to bring students from underrepresented
groups to the Baltimore Joint Mathematics meeting.
 S.U. PDC Small Grant, "An Investigation into the Magnitude
of the Intertemporal Elasticity of Substitution in Consumption using
Dynamic Optimization." Listed as "participating faculty" with principle
investigator H. Bastinof the Economics Department at S.U.
 2002. S.U. PDC Small Grant, "Development of interactive
applications for the teaching and learning of abstract mathematics,"
with W. Crawley of the Math/CS Department at S.U.
 2001. Undergraduate Research Grant, "On permutations
arising from card shuffling," with J. Warchal.
 2000  present, team member for Shippensburg University's
Center for Excellence in Teacher Preparation, an NSFfunded State
System collaborative.
 2000. Exxon Education Foundation Grant for developing and
implementing a regional "New Experiences in Teaching" (NExT) program
for new mathematics faculty in Eastern Pennsylvania and Delaware.
 2000. Undergraduate Research Grant, "Simulating the
Enigma," with M. Romeo and J. Urban
 2000. S.U. P.D.C. Small Grant to attend Viewpoints
workshop at Franklin & Marshall College.
 1998  99, SU Professional Development Committee (PDC)
summer research grant "Joint Faculty/Student Research in Recreational
Mathematics"
 1997  98, submitted State System of Higher Education
(SSHE) PDC curriculum development grant "An active textbook for
discrete mathematics"
 1997 MiklausenLikar Research grant from the SU Foundation
for joint facultystudent research with Diann Shehy and Rhonda Cook.
 1996  97, SU PDC summer research grant "The model theory
of finite structures"
 1995  1996 SSHE PDC grant, "Development of resources for
multicourse writing initiative."
 1994  1995, SU PDC summer grant received to develop
curriculum for a new discrete math course.
 1994  95, Project NExT Fellow.
 1993, Graduate Student Teaching Award, Carnegie Mellon
University.
Sponsored Student Research Projects
 Fall 2015. Eric Cantor, "Statistical Study of Optimal Roster Structure in Hockey," funded by the Undergraduate Research Fund.
 Fall 2014. Nicholas Bilchak, "A Genetic Algorithm for Solving the 2048 Puzzle," funded by the Undergraduate Research Fund. Poster presented at SU Celebration of Student Research.
 Spring 2012. Ryan Long, "Permutations in Sliding Graph Puzzles," funded by the Undergraduate
Research Fund. Poster presented at SU Celebration of Student Research.
 Spring 2011. Josh Ide, "College Football Rankings with
Markov Chains," funded by the Undergraduate Research Fund. Paper
presented at spring meeting of EPADEL and SU Celebration of Student
Research.
 Spring 2007. Ben Anderson, "Melodic progressions in music,"
funded by the Undergraduate Research Fund. Paper presented at spring
meeting of EPADEL and paper won the 2008 EPADEL Undergraduate Paper
Competition.
 Spring 2007. Sara Smith, "Pascal's triangle mod composite
numbers," funded by the Undergraduate Research Fund.
 Fall 2006. Jeff Becker "Puzzles, Patterns and Proof in the
NCTM Standards''
 Summer 2006. Jeff Becker, "Another generalization of the
Josephus problem," paper presented at the fall meeting of the Eastern
PA & Delaware section of the MAA.
 Summer 2006. Lindsay Housholder, "Creating Flash tutorials
using Camtasia"
 Summer 2004. Laurie Boob (Master's Project), "Resources for
Discrete Mathematics in the Secondary Classroom''
 Fall 2003. Carolyn Dahl, "Investigation in cryptography
and the creation of an interactive educational cryptography website,"
funded by the Undergraduate Research Fund.
 Fall 2002. Beth Ayers, "Partial least squares regression,"
poster presented at the Baltimore Joint Mathematics Meetings in January
2003, and presentation given at the 2003 SU Student Mathematics
Conference.
 Spring 2002. Jon Bigler, "The Fibonacci sequence in number
theory," funded by the Undergraduate Research Fund.
 Spring 2001. Jeffrey Warchal, "On permutations arising in
card shuffling," funded by the Undergraduate Research Fund.
Presentation given at the 2001 University Day Undergraduate Research
Poster Session and at the 2001 Mathematical Association of America
(MAA) national summer meeting in Madison, WI.
 Spring 2000. Michael Romeo and Jerome Urban, "Simulating
the Engima," funded by Undergraduate Research Fund.
 Summer 1999. Hilde Heintzelman, Will Lane and Michelle
Young, "Number Bracelets," funded by SU PDC. Presentation given
by Lane at 1999 MAA MathFest in Providence, RI.
 Summer 1999. Donnie Miller, Michael Romeo and Greta
Wildasin, "The Math 24 Game," funded by SU PDC. Presentation
given by Romeo at 1999 MAA MathFest in Providence, RI for which he
received an award of excellence of $150.
 Summer 1999. Helen Curry, Jeremy Davidson, Erin Halferty
and Lea Matricagiano, (High School Students) "Shuffle This: Patterns
Arising from Josephus Permutations," as part of the Pennsylvania
Governor's School for the Sciences. Presentation given at the
annual PGSS Scientific Symposium in July.
 Spring 1998. Dylan Powell, "Spyrograph 3D," funded
MiklausenLikar Research grant from the SU Foundation.
 Fall 1997. Michael Romeo, "Explorations in Fractal
Imaging," funded SU Undergraduate Research Project. Preliminary report
given at 1997 SU Student Math Conference.
 Fall 1997. Abby Todd and Nycole Miller, "The Simplex
Method." Presentation given at 1997 S.U. Student Math Conference.
 Fall 1997. Hilde Heintzelman and Darlene JohnsonStatton,
"On Digit Shifting." Presentation given at 1997 S.U. Student Math
Conference.
 Summer 1997. Diann Shehy and Rhonda Cook, "Josephus and the
Amazing Technicolor Fixed Points," funded MiklausenLikar Research
grant from the SU Foundation. Presentation at the MAA Mathfest in
Atlanta for which they received an award of excellence of $100.
 Spring 1997. Diann Shehy, "The shortest path to the
shortest path," funded SU Undergraduate Research Project. Presentation
at the spring meeting of the Eastern Pennsylvania and Delaware (EPADEL)
section of the MAA at Ursinus College.
 Spring 1997. Rebecca Shubert, "Historical sources for the
mathematics classroom," independent study project. Presentation at the
spring meeting of the EPADEL section of the MAA at Ursinus College.
 Spring 1997. Rachel Bradley, "Computer Simulation of Where
in Time is Carmen Sandiego?" Presentation at SU University Day Math
MiniConference.
 Fall 1996. Marci Cropp and Marie Szczypta, "Skills of a
Volleyball Serve." Presentation given at 1996 S.U. Student Math
Conference.
 Spring 1995. Christine Johnson, "Heroism: The Norm Then and
Now." Presentation at the biannual Kappa Mu Epsilon Mathematics Honor
Society National Meeting.
 1994  present. Shippensburg University Problem Solving
Group. Worked with a faculty and student group in a seminar setting to
submit solutions to problems from mathematics journals.
Contributions to the University
 201315. Faculty cochair of Task Force to update scheduling template and processes during summer orientation
 2012. Member of committee to review proposals for marketing services
 2011present. Member of Arts and Sciences College Council.
 20102014. Member of PA State System of Higher Education
Academic Program Review Committee.
 20102013. Member of Academic Master Plan Task Force.
 20112012. Member of Ad Hoc Undeclared Transition Committee
 20092010. Faculty cochair of Academic Master Plan Task
Force.
 20062011. Web Content Advisory Board.
 20052007. University Wide Promotion Commitee (Chair 2005)
 20022008. Professional Development Committee (now CFEST)
 20012005. University Tenure Committee
 19992002. Undergraduate Disciplinary Review Board
 19992001. University Promotion Committee.
 2001. Cultural Themes Committee
 19982000. University Curriculum Committee (Secretary 2000)
 19981999. General Education Review Committee
 19981999. Technology Support Working Group of the Virtual
University.
 1998. Developmental Education Committee
 1997. Technology and Innovation Study Group for Middle
States Accreditation
 1997. Search committee for Associate Dean of Arts and
Sciences
Contributions to the Department
 2011present. Chair of the Mathematics Department, ex officio member of all standing department committees
 Initiated addition of math placement level in Banner in order to improve advising and treat transfer students better
 Initiated implementation of departmental placement test for level 4 students
 Initiated adoption of Pearson MyLabsPlus to support online placement testing with no additional resource commitment
 Received funding to pay department tutors
 Initiated tutor training to improve quality of tutoring
 Initiated gateway (mastery) testing in College Algebra, leading toward a Math Emporiumstyle delivery system for that course, including establishing processes for graduate student proctoring and record keeping.
 Initiated annual department retreats to discuss pressing issues and engage in strategic planning.
 Oversaw improvements to departmental and general education assessment processes, in particular, the generation of semiannual reports to seed committee discussions
 Initiated nd contributed to the development of the Data Science minor
 1995  2011, creator and caretaker of the department's
website
 1994  2010, creator and organizer of the Mathematics Department
Seminar series.
 1994  present, presented dozens of times at department seminars.
 2000  2010. Mathematics Department Professional Affairs
Committee (chair 20042010)
 1996  2004, initiated and coorganized the SU Student Math
Conference
 2002  2004. Chair of Educational Property Committee in the
Mathematics Department
 1994  2004. Mathematics Curriculum Committee
 2001  2003. Mathematics Department Teacher Education
Committee.
 2002. Chaired search committee for three math faculty
positions.
 2001. Faculty sponsor for S.U. Putnam Mathematics
Competition team.
 2001. Receied perfect score on Mathematics Content Praxis II Exam, taken as part of
College of Education's PREPARE Project for improving student Praxis
scores.
 2000. Chaired search committee for two math faculty
positions.
 1994  2000, organizer of the Shippensburg University Math
and Computer Science Day for area high school students.
 1996  1999, organizer of Fall Warmup Programming Contest
for regional colleges and universities, and the annual Alumni
Programming Contest for Homecoming.
 1996  1999, assistant department chair.
 1998, Search Committee member for mathematics faculty
position
Contributions to the Region
 2015. Chair of EPADEL Nominating Committee
 2014present. Secretary for the EPADEL Section of the MAA
 2013. Chair of EPADEL Nominating Committee
 2010  2012. Ex officio member of the Executive Committee of the Eastern Pennsylvania and Delaware (EPADEL) Section of the Mathematical
Association of America (MAA)
 2009  present. Student Paper Competition coordinator for the EPADEL Section of the MAA
 2002  2009. Problem author for the PCTM annual state
mathematics contest.
 2004  2006. Governor for the EPADEL Section of the MAA, and ex officio member of the Executive Committee of the Eastern Pennsylvania and Delaware (EPADEL) Section of the Mathematical
Association of America (MAA)
 2007. Participant in Math/Liberal Arts/Math Education Phase
I program review for Harrisburg Area Community College.
 2007. Presenter to Fourth Graders at Science and Math Day,
Halifax School District.
 2005. Technical consultant to Totem Pole Playhouse for
production of "Proof."
 2001  2008. Founder and coorganizer of EPADEL Project
NExT, a professional development program for new college faculty.
 2002. Assistant Director for the Eisenhower Professional
Development Workshop at Shippensburg University.
 1999  2001. President of the Eastern Pennsylvania and
Delaware Section of the Mathematical Association of America.
 1997  99. Vice President of the Eastern Pennsylvania and
Delaware Section of the Mathematical Association of America.
 1999  2001. Organizer of Rowland Math Club, an after
school enrichment program for the university lab school.
 1997  98. Local organizer of the spring meeting of the
Eastern Pennsylvania and Delaware Section of the Mathematical
Association of America at Shippensburg
 1994  2000. Director of the Visiting Lecturer and
Consultant Program sponsored by the Eastern Pennsylvania and Delaware
Section of the Mathematical Association of America.
Contributions to the National Organizations
 20152017. Member of the MAA Committee on the
Gung and Hu national service award (Chair 2016  17)
 20142015. Member of the Committee on the MAA/AMS Joint Lecturer for MathFest 2014
 20122015. Member of the MAA Polya Lecture Committee
 20122015. Chair of the MAA Committee on Early Career
Mathematicians
 20122015. Member of the MAA Council on the Profession
 20112014. Chair of the Invited Speaker Committee for MathFest 2014
 20132014. Chair of the Committee on the MAA/AMS Joint Lecturer for MathFest 2014
 20112014. Member of the MAA Council on Meetings and
Professional Development
 2010. Member of the Ad Hoc Search Committee for Editor of
the American Mathematical Monthly
 20102012. Second Vice President of the Mathematical
Association of America
 20102012. Chair of Strategic Planning Working Group on MAA
Special Interest Groups
 20082010. Chair of the MAA Special Interest Group on the
Use of the Web for Teaching and Learning (WebSIGMAA)
 2007  2014. Member of the Mathematical Association
of America's Committee on Early Career Mathematicians
 2005. Member of the Ad Hoc Search Committee for Editor of
the American Mathematical Monthly
 2004  2006. Member of the Board of Governors for the
Mathematical Association of America.
 2003  2006. Chair of the Nominating Committee for the Web
Special Interest Group of the Mathematical Association of America.
 2002  2008. Member of the Mathematical Association of
America's Coordinating Council on Meetings
 2000  2006. Member of the Mathematical Association of
America's Committee on Technology in Mathematics Education
 1999  2005. Member of the Mathematical Association of
America's Leitzel Lecture Selection Committee (chair in 2002 and 2003)
 Fall 2000. Visiting Mathematician at MAA Headquarters in
Washington.
Contributions to Student Organizations
 1994  2005, faculty advisor of the Shippensburg University
Mathematics Club.
 1996  1999, faculty advisor and coach of the Shippensburg
University Programming Team.
Meetings and workshops attended
Joint
AMS/MAA National Meetings
 1992 Baltimore
 1995 San Francisco
 1998 Baltimore
 1999 San Antonio
 2000 Washington
 2001 New Orleans
 2003 Baltimore
 2004 Phoenix
 2005 Atlanta
 2006 San Antonio
 2007 New Orleans
 2008 San Diego
 2009 Washington
 2010 San Francisco
 2011 New Orleans
 2012 Boston
 2013 San Diego
 2014 Baltimore
 2015 San Antonio
 2017 Atlanta

MAA National
Summer Meetings
 1994 Minneapolis
 1995 Burlington
 1996 Seattle
 1997 Atlanta
 1998 Toronto
 1999 Providence
 2000 Los Angeles
 2001 Madison
 2002 Burlington
 2003 Boulder
 2004 Providence
 2005 Albuquerque
 2006 Knoxville
 2009 Portland
 2010 Pittsburgh
 2011 Lexington
 2012 Madison
 2013 Hartford
 2014 Portland
 2015 Washington
 2016 Columbus

 August 2015. Attended minicourse on the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
 March 2014. International Conference on Technology in
College Mathematics, San Antonio, TX.
 January 2014. Attended minicourse on completing a departmental program review
 February 2013. Central PA Mobile Apps Forum, Lebanon Valley College.
 January 2013. NSF TUES/CCLI PI's Meeting, Washington, DC.
 November 2012. Central PA Simulation and Serious Games Xchange, York College.
 March 2010. AAC & U Conference, "Faculty Roles in
HighImpact Practices," in Philadelphia, PA.
 October
2009. Middle States Workshop, "Integrating Higher Ed Planning and
Assessment: Real Strategies for Real Institutions," in Newark, DE.
 All but five semiannual meetings of the Eastern
Pennsylvania and Delaware Section of the MAA from 1993 to present.
 March 2009. International Conference on Technology in
College Mathematics, New Orleans, LA.
 July 2008. PREP workshop on establishing an Emerging
Scholars Program, Washington, DC.
 May 2008. Individualized workshop, "Advanced Training in
Adobe Flash" from d'Vinci Interactive in Hagerstown, MD, funded by SU
Center for Faculty Excellence in Scholarship and Teaching.
 March 2008. International Conference on Technology in
College Mathematics, San Antonio, TX.
 August 2007. Enhancing the problem authoring capabilties of
WeBWorK, American Institute of Mathematics, Palo Alto, CA.
 July 2007. Better Practices for Math on the Web, Washington
DC.
 March
2007. Technical Symposium of the Association for Computing Machinery
(ACM) Special Interest Group for Computer Science Education (SIGCSE)
 February 2007. International Conference on Technology in
College Mathematics, Boston.
 September 2006. Kansas City Regional Mathematics Technology
Expo.
 March 2006. International Conference on Technology in
College Mathematics, Orlando.
 January 2005. Attended a minicourse on "Math and Music " at
the Atlanta Joint Mathematics Meeting
 January 2005. Attended a minicourse on "The Mathematics of
Leonhard Euler" at the Atlanta Joint Mathematics Meeting
 November 2004. International Conference on Technology in
College
Mathematics, New Orleans. Attended a minicourse on "Creating
Interactive Workbooks using MS Excel" as part of this conference.
 October 2004. NCTM Eastern Regional Conference and
Exposition in Baltimore, MD.
 November 2003. International Conference on Technology in
College Mathematics, Chicago.
 January 2003. Attended a minicourse on "Discrete
Mathematics for K12 Teachers" at the Baltimore Joint Mathematics
Meeting
 July 2002. Eisenhower workshop participant and S.U. faculty
liaison to Chambersburg Area School District, Shippensburg Area School
Disctrict, and Big Spring School Disctrict.
 November 2001. International Conference on Technology in
College Mathematics, Baltimore.
 July 2001. Eisenhower workshop participant and S.U. faculty
liaison to Chambersburg Area School District at Shippensburg
University.
 May 2001. Attended four technology training workshops at
the State System Resources for the Electronic Classroom conference at
West Chester University.
 November 2000. International Conference on Technology in
College Mathematics, Atlanta.
 June 2000. Attended "Viewpoints: A workshop on
incorporating art into the teaching of mathematics". Franklin and
Marshall College, Lancaster, PA.
 June 1999. Asheville Institute on General Education.
 January 1998. Attended minicourse "Teaching a Course on the
History of Mathematics" at the AMS/MAA Winter meeting in Baltimore, MD.
 December 1997. Attended workshop on "Problembased
learning" given by Gary Powers at Shippensburg University.
 October 1997. Workshop on "Active Learning of Statistics"
given by textbook author Allan Rossman at Shippensburg University.
 October 1997. Eastern Small College Computing Conference at
Richard Stockton College.
 July 1997. Participant in teacher enrichment workshops
sponsored by Whitaker Foundation and Eisenhower grants at Shippensburg
University.
 November 1995. Attended training workshop for using the
TI92 graphics/symbolic algebra calculator in mathematics courses at
Messiah College.
 August 1995. Attended short course on "Undergraduate
Research" at the annual MAA Summer meeting in Burlington, VT.
 January
1995. Atttended minicourse "Discrete Math for Undergraduates" at the
MAA/AMS Winter meeting in San Francisco, CA.
 August 1994. Attended short course "Precalculus reform" at
the annual MAA Summer meeting at the University of Minnesota.
Academic and Professional Societies
 Omicron Delta Kappa National Leadership Honor Society (ODK)
 Kappa Mu Epsilon Mathematics Honor Society (KME)
 Pennsylvania Council of Teachers of Mathematics (PCTM)
 Mathematical Association of America (MAA) including special interest groups on using the Web in Mathematics Instruction (WebSIGMAA) and on statistics education (StatEd SIGMAA)
 ACM Special Interest Group on Computer Science Education
(SIGCSE)
